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Rory McIlroy has been in position to win one major this year and he played tentatively in defeat. Given another chance at The Open, he's ready to step up. Read More
Tiger Woods made the cut at Carnoustie, but he has a lot of work to do to contend at the Open Championship or make his way to Firestone. Read More
Even with a few wayward shots Friday at Carnoustie, Jordan Spieth rode a hot putter and made a significant climb up the leaderboard in the second round. Read More

Today in Golf

5/6/03 -The 2003 ConAgra Foods Skins Game will be played at a new course, the Trilogy at LaQuinta in La Quinta, Calif.
5/6/03 -A gentle reminder to Annika Sorenstam: the Bank of America Colonial is now just three weeks away.
5/6/03 - An extra 100,000 pounds ($161,590) has been added to the prize money for The British Open Championship.
5/6/03 - Sam Torrance will make his European Seniors Tour debut on home soil at The Roxburghe
5/6/03 -- Angel Cabrera will attempt to create a unique place in golf's record books when he defends this week.
5/6/03 -- The NCAA Division I Men's Golf Committee has selected the teams and individuals that will participate in the 2003 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships.
5/5/03 -- Perhaps there is no better place to showcase the international flavor of the LPGA Tour
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5/5/03 -- The PGA Tour returns to Charlotte, N.C., for the first time in 24 years for the inaugural Wachovia Championship. An impressive field is on hand, including Mike Weir.
5/5/03 - The Ford Senior Players Championship has added a new eligibility category effective for the 2003 Championship .
5/5/03 -- Xavier mens golf team has won the Atlantic 10 Championship.
5/5/03 - The ninth annual Office Depot Father/Son Challenge will have a new home in 2003.
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5/5/03 -- Two high school golfers hit identical aces on the same hole during a tournament.
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The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip and Putt Junior Golf Skills Competition
1 Rebecca Stallings, 7, Fayetteville, GA
2 August Beisel, 8, Savannah, GA
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5/5/03 -- The big guns of the European Tour are back in full force
5/5/03 -- Scores and earnings from the HP Classic of New Orleans. Steve Flesch won in a playoff
5/5/03 -- Just like their younger counterparts, those on the Champions Tour will enter new territory this week. The elder circuit is set to engage in the inaugural Kinkos Classic of Austin.